Chris Murphy et al. in New York City - the 1970's
When I was hanging out with Miles in his New York brownstone the conversation would inevitably come around to Hendrix, and he often said that the only regret in his life was not playing with Jimi.
While on one level Miles viewed Jimi as a rival--since Jimi was wildly successful with the rock and roll audience that Miles craved--he also flipped over Jimi's music. It became a running joke that if you played a Hendrix tape for Miles, that would be the last you'd see of it. When I found to my astonishment that he'd never heard 'Electric Ladyland', I made a copy of it for him, and stuck … more >>
Chris Murphy, Miles To Go: The Lost Years: An Intimate Memoir of Life on the Road with Miles Davis (New York City, 2002), p. 42. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1430385136697 accessed: 23 February, 2024
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'The Wind Cries Mary'
written by Jimi Hendrix
|performed by Chris Murphy
|in the company of others, in private, indoors